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Old 07-12-2017, 08:46 PM   #1
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Does anyone have their safe in the garage? I bought one and that's really the only place I can put it. Will Texas heat warp my wood stocks and affect ammunition in the summer time?

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Old 07-12-2017, 08:47 PM   #2
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Old 07-12-2017, 09:00 PM   #3
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Not my choice, but a lot of shooters do it.
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Old 07-12-2017, 09:08 PM   #4
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Mine is in my garage, no problems at all.
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No problem in the garage. But I use descant and a heat rod and nothing has warped or rusted in a couple years
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I would never put mine in the garage for multiple reasons.


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Old 07-12-2017, 09:23 PM   #7
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Mine has been in the garage for years.
Get a slight oversized Golden Rod and you'll be fine. Never have had an issue. Even with guns that are 100 years old in it.



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Old 07-12-2017, 09:25 PM   #8
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I had mine out in the garage for a year or so then decided to move it upstairs to make room in my little hunting closet outside. I didn't notice any problems at all, but my garage doesn't get TOO hot, it's kind of insulated.
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Old 07-12-2017, 10:47 PM   #9
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It will work but be sure to bolt it to the concrete the best you can. There's no use in having a safe when someone can hook a truck and chain up to it and drag it down the road. Talked to multiple LEOs who say that is by far the most common thing they see when dealing with stolen gun safes.


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Old 07-12-2017, 10:53 PM   #10
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Did it for years no problems. Bolt it to the floor and build a box around it to make it look like a cabinet from the street when the garage door is open.
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Old 07-12-2017, 11:13 PM   #11
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No problem in the garage. But I use descant and a heat rod and nothing has warped or rusted in a couple years
This is a must.

I haven't had an issue at all since I got the heat rod. Without the heat rod, I had problems. Mine is anchored to the slab so, it will take a direct hit from a large bomb to dislodge it.
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Old 07-12-2017, 11:28 PM   #12
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You can only do so much if you are not home. I have buddies with gun safes in the house and grinders and cutting torches in the garage.
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Old 07-12-2017, 11:36 PM   #13
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Did it for years no problems. Bolt it to the floor and build a box around it to make it look like a cabinet from the street when the garage door is open.


I have had zero issues. I do agree with concealing the safe from passerby's.


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Old 07-13-2017, 06:11 AM   #14
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How do get the electrical power supply to heat rod in the safe ?
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Old 07-13-2017, 06:15 AM   #15
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I have mine in the garage witha acoupe dessicant cans. Been 2 years no problem. It wasnt the ideal choice but with this house it was the only place I could get it. Thinkong about putting it in the bedroom at our new hoise and building a wood surround for it.
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Old 07-13-2017, 06:38 AM   #16
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This is a must.

I haven't had an issue at all since I got the heat rod. Without the heat rod, I had problems. Mine is anchored to the slab so, it will take a direct hit from a large bomb to dislodge it.
That's what I said also. Then they wrapped a chain around it, hooked a truck to the chain and spun it loose. All I had left were 4 fist sized holes in the floor where the [4] 1/2" x 8" anchors were drilled into the concrete. Never recovered a thing.
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Old 07-13-2017, 07:05 AM   #17
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I would not store any dura-touch armor coating item in the safe. I did and now it is sticky since it started breaking down, I'm assuming it is from the heat. I have it on one of my shotguns and my range finder. I was able to get it off the range finder, but I'm not sure what to do on the gun now since it is completely covered with that stuff.
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Also check out safelert, i love mine. It sends you an email and or text message when the safe is bumped hard, door opens / closes, high / low temp, high / low humidity lets you monitor all kinds of parameters.
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Old 07-13-2017, 07:18 AM   #19
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Mine is In a conex in my yard over a year and no issues
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Mine has always been in the garage, out of sight. No problems with any thing on the guns at all. I run a coffee can size desiccant de-humidifier and no issues.
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Old 07-13-2017, 07:40 AM   #21
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Just make sure you have a good dehumidifier
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Old 07-13-2017, 07:42 AM   #22
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Mine is in my garage, no problems at all. My garage doesn't get that hot in the summer due to the temp of the house keeping it somewhat regulated since I live in a 2 story. I was worried about rust/humidity, surprisingly I have had no issues at all. I actually have a golden rod that is still in the box. Mine is also anchored into the slab, cutting/prying is a much bigger concern than pulling the safe anchors out of the slab. Unless you have a serious safe, all you are doing is slowing them down anyways. Besides, that's what secondary measures are for in addition to the safe (big dog, etc...).
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Old 07-13-2017, 07:48 AM   #23
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Would not recommend putting it in the garage. It's making it too easy for thieves. I have a Graffunder that weighs over 3,000 pounds and I still have it bolted down inside my house. It took 4 guys 8 hours to get the safe from the street to my 1st floor
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Old 07-13-2017, 08:37 AM   #24
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How do get the electrical power supply to heat rod in the safe ?
I wired my safe.

Added a receptacle inside with a long extension cord outside.

Have power for the rod, and also put in LED rope safe lighting on a motion detector. Open the door, lights come on. Close the door, lights go off after 60 seconds.
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My Cannon came wired. has built in LEDs and a couple plugs mounted inside for other stuff...
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Old 07-13-2017, 08:50 AM   #26
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I have had mine in the garage for 8 years now sitting in the same spot. No rods but I do have motion activated rope lighting. No issues at all on my end. Everything looks and functions as it should.
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Old 07-13-2017, 08:54 AM   #27
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I wired my safe.

Added a receptacle inside with a long extension cord outside.

Have power for the rod, and also put in LED rope safe lighting on a motion detector. Open the door, lights come on. Close the door, lights go off after 60 seconds.
Guess I'm slow ! My safe is in a room in my shop .Have been wanting to add a Rod by can't figure out to get power inside . It's bolted to the wall and floor but has no port to run cord .I do use a lot of desiccant .
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Old 07-13-2017, 08:56 AM   #28
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Humidifier/Golden Rod/something similar is a must.Friend of mine had his in the garage,and several of his guns rusted.He had a brand new Benelli Montefeltro that looked like chit opening day of dove season last year.

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Old 07-13-2017, 08:56 AM   #29
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Agree garage is not ideal. Glad to see it working for folks though. Cabinet around it is a great idea, or even a curtain. I punched a hole through mine with a 1/4 drill bit for power. Cut the head off an extension cord, pushed cord thru, then re-wired. 5 years and no problems.
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Old 07-13-2017, 08:57 AM   #30
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Guess I'm slow ! My safe is in a room in my shop .Have been wanting to add a Rod by can't figure out to get power inside . It's bolted to the wall and floor but has no port to run cord .I do use a lot of desiccant .
See above.
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Old 07-13-2017, 09:01 AM   #31
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In Houston nothing is safe in your garage. Too much humidity. I keep mine in my closet. Only thing in my walk in closet. Clothes just stack on top. LOL I

I had my guns stolen once. Put out a $2,000 reward. Got them all back. It was a small town and the guy who broke in and took them was related to my cousins wife. He had seen where we kept them. Money makes people turn on their friends quick. Only bummer was they were all rusted, because he threw them in the woods. He panicked when he saw the reward fliers.
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Old 07-13-2017, 09:13 AM   #32
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Agree garage is not ideal. Glad to see it working for folks though. Cabinet around it is a great idea, or even a curtain. I punched a hole through mine with a 1/4 drill bit for power. Cut the head off an extension cord, pushed cord thru, then re-wired. 5 years and no problems.
Wasn't sure about drilling a hole . I thought for sure that was too simple ! I've started to a few times but just wasn't sure . Guess I have a project for this weekend !
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The biggest downside is that when your garage is open, people can see a gun safe and know you have guns. As mentioned, bolt it down so it doesn't walk away. Also, watch for moisture build up. I would get one if the safe dehumidifies for it. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00W9M57ZK...a-329616777274
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Wasn't sure about drilling a hole . I thought for sure that was too simple ! I've started to a few times but just wasn't sure . Guess I have a project for this weekend !
The TBH electricians will be happy to drill this hole for you at a cost of $175.
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Old 07-13-2017, 09:51 AM   #35
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The TBH electricians will be happy to drill this hole for you at a cost of $175.
Let me mess it up first . Then I can pay double to have it done correct !
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They make a piece of cloth that looks like wooden cabinets that has a magnet strip sewn in...stick it on the top & drop it down over the front. Roll it up when you want to get in. I'll get a pic later & post up.

Don't recall who makes it but will drop by the safe shop & see if can get that if anyone interested.
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Let me mess it up first . Then I can pay double to have it done correct !
I laughed and I am not an electrician.
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I laughed and I am not an electrician.
Yep! Me, too! For me, the same is true for plumbing, carpentry, automotive, and, ...you name it!

I seem to enjoy re-discovering how valuable professional tradesmen are.
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I wouldn't worry too much about ammo going bad. I experimented for a while with .22 ammo. That is supposedly the most frail ammo there is. I put 100 rounds in the trunk of my car 2 years ago. 2 months ago I pulled it out and tried some of it. Out of the 40 rounds I fired, there was only 1 FTF and that is common to see with cheap Remington ammo.

I stuck the other 60 rounds back into the trunk of my car and I'll test again in another year.
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The TBH electricians will be happy to drill this hole for you at a cost of $175.


Yeah but it will be done right and not ummmmmm Southern engineered.

Heck I question what size extension cord you managed to get through a 1/4" hole!


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I couldn't leave mine in the garage. Kids leave the door open way to often to be comfortable with that. Mine's in the house.
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I couldn't leave mine in the garage. Kids leave the door open way to often to be comfortable with that. Mine's in the house.
I had this same problem many years ago in a neighborhood that had gotten lots worse since we had moved in. I put my used targets from the range over the inside walls of the garage. Did this for 3 years and never had anything stolen.
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Wasn't sure about drilling a hole . I thought for sure that was too simple ! I've started to a few times but just wasn't sure . Guess I have a project for this weekend !


The back and sides of your safe are usually mild steel. It drills easy enough.

Get a plastic snap in bushing to fit your cable through as a protection measure so your cord doesn't get abraded. Drill your hole to match the bushing.

I bought a pass through wiring kit for my safe, but the last couple that I've wired for other folks, I just set a handy box with a receptacle in there.






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The back and sides of your safe are usually mild steel. It drills easy enough.

Get a plastic snap in bushing to fit your cable through as a protection measure so your cord doesn't get abraded. Drill your hole to match the bushing.

I bought a pass through wiring kit for my safe, but the last couple that I've wired for other folks, I just set a handy box with a receptacle in there.








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Thanks for all the help !My project for the weekend . Sorry I did not mean to hijack this thread !
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A friend told me they put one of those motion detector cameras on top of their safe. Its one of the ones that connect to wifi and will keep a week worth of video for free on the companies cloud with the purchase of the cameras.
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The back and sides of your safe are usually mild steel. It drills easy enough.

Get a plastic snap in bushing to fit your cable through as a protection measure so your cord doesn't get abraded. Drill your hole to match the bushing.

I bought a pass through wiring kit for my safe, but the last couple that I've wired for other folks, I just set a handy box with a receptacle in there.






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Jason wouldn't you want to put a cord grip connector rather than a snap in bushing, especially in the garage?

Not only could humidity get into the safe easier but also all kinds of insects, spiders and other undesirables.


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Jason wouldn't you want to put a cord grip connector rather than a snap in bushing, especially in the garage?
Do they make those in lengths that will handle a couple sheets of drywall? That's a good idea.
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Old 07-13-2017, 04:49 PM   #48
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Mine is in the garage as well. Golden rod and bolted to the floor. Has been in the garage since I bought it, no issues at all


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Jason wouldn't you want to put a cord grip connector rather than a snap in bushing, especially in the garage?

Not only could humidity get into the safe easier but also all kinds of insects, spiders and other undesirables.


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I considered it, but didn't want to open up the fire lining (sheetrock) to put on the locknut.

I got some grommets that fit snug on the cable, and it seems to be keeping out any unwanted stuff. They're more like what I use in cars and stuff


The only thing I'm concerned with trying to do, is protect the wire.





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Thought the was kinda silly at first...came with the safe I recently bought & have to say it's a good application for the garage guys & prying eyes.
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